Is Fitzrovia a nice place to live in?

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Fitzrovia is a district of central London, England, near the West End. The eastern part of area is in the London Borough of Camden, and the western in the City of Westminster. It has its roots in the Manor of Tottenham Court, and was urbanised in the 18th century. Its name was coined in the late 1930s by Tom Driberg. “

What kind of things are there to do in the city of Fitzrovia?

There are always activities happening in lively Fitzrovia. Timeout posts weekly on events there, so browse their site for ideas. We included a link to their Fitzrovia page to make finding local happenings easier. Getting to know a new area is easier with an overview of offerings and locations. Our map pulls together property price info and other details from this article to give you a Fitzrovia snapshot.

The things you might need in Fitzrovia

We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Fitzrovia name before moving in the neighbourhood.

Medical institutions in Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia has 20 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital 45-51 Bolsover Street, London 4.2 50
Obstetric Hospital 74 Huntley Street, London N/A N/A
Mortimer Market Centre (including the Margaret Pyke Centre) Capper Street, London 4 187
University College Hospital 235 Euston Road, London 3.7 1122
Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital 47-49 Huntley Street, London 3.5 110
Harley Street Health Centre 13 Queen Anne Street, London 4.6 339
Harley Medical Group Harley Street 6 Harley Street, London 4.3 291
University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street 16-18 Westmoreland Street, London 4 146
Cystitis treatment clinic 209 Great Portland Street, London 5 1
Queen Anne Street Medical Centre 13-14 Fitzroy Square, London 3.7 10
Transform Hospital Group 8 Upper Wimpole Street, London 2.1 43
The Harley Street Breast Clinic. Unilabs Ltd. 148 Harley Street, London 4.1 9
The London Clinic 20 Devonshire Place, London 3.9 352
Cooperhealth 112 Harley Street, London 4 6
Clinica London Ophthalmology and Dermatology Clinic 140 Harley Street, London 4.4 28
Trustees of London Clinic 1 Park Square West, London N/A N/A
Natural and Personalised Treatment in Central London 3-8 Bolsover Street, London 5 2
King Edward VII’s Hospital 5-10 Beaumont Street, London 3.9 93
Children’s Doctor Around The Clock 234 Great Portland Street, London 5 3
The London Welbeck Hospital 27 Welbeck Street, London 4.2 41

Post offices in the area of Fitzrovia

Nearby post offices simplify sending and getting packages. Fitzrovia branches also offer services like money orders and insurance along with mail services. Here they are along with their proximity to the area.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Break Point Ltd T/A The Convenience Store 71 New Oxford Street, London 2.7 11
MYIPB 56 Tavistock Place, London 3.5 11
Royal Mail Post Box LIBERTY C/O skin laundry, Regent Street, London 4 2
Chel Pharmacy & Post Office 173 Great Portland Street, London 4.4 104
Post box 48 Grafton Way, London 0 0
Post box 99 Great Portland Street, London 0 0
Great Portland Street (173) Post Office 173 Great Portland Street, London 4 20
Euston Food & Wine and Post Office 25 Tolmer’s Square, London 1.9 36
Hampstead Road Post Office 25 Tolmer’s Square, London 2.4 45
Post Office 54-56 Great Portland Street, London 4.1 304
BBC news 12 Langham Street, London 1 5
The Courier Co 15 Ingestre Place, London 5 2
Post box 10 Queen Anne Street, London 0 0
Poland Street Post Office 14 Poland Street, London 2.7 145
Royal Mail Postbox London 4.5 4
Post Box Great Russell Street, London 0 0
Marchmont Street Post Office & General Store 33 Marchmont Street, London 3 186
New Oxford Street Post Office 71-75 New Oxford Street, London 3.5 188
Mail Boxes Etc. Holborn 19 Bury Place, London 5 15
Robert Street Post Office 46 Clarence Gardens, London 3.9 7

Tube & Train stations nearby Fitzrovia

Most prefer transit within a 10-15 minute walk and if there aren’t public connections nearby then this could be something that takes down the price of property or can even deter people from moving in to Fitzrovia entirely. Here is a table below so you can see where these connections are for yourself.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Euston Euston Road, London 4 2720
Tottenham Court Road Oxford Street, London 4.4 855
Oxford Circus Oxford Street, London 4.2 1256
Goodge Street Underground Ltd, 75 Tottenham Court Road, London 4 101
Warren Street London 4.2 211
Euston Square Underground Ltd, Euston Road, London 4 102
Great Portland Street Underground Ltd, Euston Road, London 4.3 96
Regent’s Park Marylebone Road, London 4.5 80
Russell Square Bernard Street, London 4 192
Euston Underground Ltd, Eversholt Street, London 4.1 110

What schools are in the area of Fitzrovia?

Having a nearby school is ideal when relocating. Below is a list of schools located within Fitzrovia

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society 20 Bedford Way, London 4.4 96
Saint Giles Colleges (London Central) 154 Southampton Row, London 4 1
Regent Independent College (RIC) 153 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.2 12
Portland Place School 58 Portland Place, London 3.9 24
Southbank International School Westminster – Conway Street 17 Conway Street, London 5 4
Dancebuzz 15 Marshall Street, London 4.7 61
Meditation Classes 7 Park Crescent, London N/A N/A
Piano Lessons at Piano-Yoga Music Studio Central London 48 Great Marlborough Street, London N/A N/A
Oyster Diving School London Leisure Centre, 15 Marshall Street, London 5 489
London Speech Therapy 10 Harley Street, London 4 8
Singing Teacher London – Michael Thomas Freeman 191 Wardour Street, London 3 2
Stephanie Grace 4, Soho Recording Studios, 24 Torrington Place, London N/A N/A
PIANO LESSONS West London Music Tutors 3 Foley Street, London N/A N/A
Arts & Business College of London 81 Gower Street, London N/A N/A
UCL Electronic & Electrical Engineering Roberts Building, Torrington Place, London 5 6
UCL Main Campus Gower Street, London 5 21
UBERTO ORLANDO 60-61 Warren Street, London N/A N/A
Foster Court Gower Street, London N/A N/A
Improve Your Accent Bolsover Street, London 5 20
woburn place Gower Street, London N/A N/A

Things that make us love Fitzrovia

What makes the heart of Fitzrovia? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs, gym that exist in Fitzrovia to help you decide to move in there.

Green space in the city of Fitzrovia

One of London’s greatest features are the large green spaces that cover the surface of the city. Check below if Fitzrovia is a good fit for you. Be it for a simple walk or for a casual summer picnic.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Russell Square London 4.4 9049
Malet Street Gardens 8 Gower Street, London 3.8 37
Whitfield Gardens Tottenham Court Road, London 4 131
Rathbone Square 1 Rathbone Square, London 4.6 50
Soho Square Gardens Soho Square, London 4.3 6139
Cavendish Square Gardens Cavendish Square, London 4.2 1167
Bedford Square Garden Washington Group International, 20 Bedford Square, London 4 425
Fitzroy Square Garden 14 Fitzroy Square, London 4.2 572
Tavistock Square Gardens 7 Tavistock Square, London 4.4 514
Euston Square Gardens 11 Euston Square, London 3.8 477
Gordon Square Gordon Square, London 4.5 286
The Warren Park 118 Whitfield Street, London 5 1
Parkolo 1 16 Chenies Street, London N/A N/A
Crabtree Fields 9, 19 Whitfield Street, London 3.5 15
Alfred Place Gardens Pancras Square, London 4.7 3
Regent’s Place Plaza Regent’s Place, Regent’s Place Plaza, Euston Road, London 4.8 4
James’s Square Garden 23 Wells Street, London N/A N/A
Homecrackers 167, 169 Great Portland Street, London 5 2
Bon Accord Pest Control London 85 Great Portland Street, London 4.9 79
Camp at My Place 85 Great Portland Street, London 5 3

Public houses of Fitzrovia

As Londoners, we love our local pubs. Fitzrovia has great ones to become your new regular spot. Consider these if visiting or moving to the area of Fitzrovia.

Pub name Name Address Description
Adam & Eve 77A Wells Street London W1T 3QP Established in 1767 as the Northumberland Arms and rebuilt in 1926 when it was named the Holyrood. Now a typical Geronimo Inn, with smart modern decor, lots of wooden tables, banquettes and walls decorated with Garden of Eden murals. There are raised eating areas which can be hired. This is a very pleasant retreat from nearby Oxford Street but it can become very crowded in early evening with after-work drinkers. Occasional events, see pub website for details. As with many pubs nowadays post-pandemic, the venue offers a “work from the pub” facility. The previous name, the Ben Crouch Tavern, was named after a famous boxer and leader of a body-snatching gang supplying local hospitals.
Blue Posts 81 Newman Street London W1T 3EU Two bar corner pub rebuilt in 1896, and subsequently Sam Smith’s have done their usual good job in restoring the pub to its Victorian roots. The ground floor bar has leaded frosted windows, dark panelling and exposed wood flooring, a relic of the days when it was a Youngers “Scotch House” outlet. The first floor elegant Edwardian-style bar (not always open) can be hired for functions. Renamed Rose & Crown between 1986 and 1999, before reverting to its original, 1762, name. The name is thought to refer to the blue bollards that once marked the “taxi-ranks” of sedan chairs. As usual in Samuel Smith’s outlets, only their own beers are on offer. Patrons should note that there is a strict “no swearing” policy in Samuel Smith’s establishments. Also by decision of the brewery owner, customers may not use mobile phones (except for payments), laptops or similar inside the pub; tablets and iPads are prohibited inside or outside. The brewery’s policy is that its pubs are for social conversation person to person.
Carpenters Arms 68-70 Whitfield Street London W1T 4EY This former Wenlock Brewery pub dates from 1938 and still retains many original features. The outside is pure 1930s, with ground floor faience tiling, brick upper storeys and a ceramic “Wenlock” plaque above the corner entrance. Two bars; rooftop beer garden; “granny annex”. The original building was first licensed in 1776, spending its first year as the Three Compasses. Food offering includes Sunday roasts.
Duke Of York 47 Rathbone Street London W1T 1NW Licensed in 1767 and rebuilt in 1897. Now a small and popular pub with a U-shaped counter, tucked away at the top end of Rathbone Street. The freehold was bought by property developer Shaftesbury PLC in late 2018, having been acquired by Greene King from Bass in 1993. Background music; quiz nights.
Fitzrovia 18 Goodge Street London W1T 2QF Large corner pub round the corner from Goodge St station, with extensive seating area at the front. Air conditioning. Originally the Valiant Trooper, from 1766. Rebuilt in 1935 by Watneys, it became an Irish theme pub, Finnegans Wake, between 1997 and 2002.
Fitzroy Tavern 16A Charlotte Street London W1T 2LY The building started life as the Fitzroy Coffee House in 1883 and became the Hundred Marks in 1887; renamed the Fitzroy Tavern in 1919, by which time Germanic references were not popular. Formerly a Charrington’s house (and before that owned by Hoare and Co.), the Fitzroy was taken over by Sam Smiths and has recently undergone a complete transformation (along the lines of the Princess Louise in Holborn). A large semi-island bar serves six separate drinking areas, some connected internally. There is a profusion of well crafted etched glass, mirrors, tiles and wood panelling, on which Sam Smiths have really gone to town. Paintings, photos, posters and other memorabilia decorate many available walls. There are two real fires! Even hardened pub-goers should prepare to be impressed. Prices would probably have a Yorkshireman reaching for his smelling-salts, not his wallet, but they are very reasonable – for London. Fitzrovia, which is said to said to be have been so-named, by Tom Driberg alias William Hickey of the Daily Express, from the pub, had a distinctly bohemian flavour from the 1920s onwards, and the Fitzroy was its beating heart, where Pierrepoint the hangman mixed with Fabian of the Yard, Coco the Clown, writers Dylan Thomas and George Orwell, politicians Nye Bevan and Hugh Gaitskell, comedians Kenneth Williams and Tommy Cooper, sculptor Jacob Epstein and artist Augustus John . . . becoming one of the very few pubs to have its own biography, by the daughter of a previous licensee (“The Fitzroy; the Autobiography of a London Tavern” by Sally Fiber, available second-hand or from a good library). Archive photos of this pub as a Charrington’s house are available at www.historypin.org/en/fitzroy-tavern/.
George & Dragon 151 Cleveland Street London W1T 6QN An unassuming street-corner single room local. A screen displays the beer and price list. One cask ale has been reported. Further updates welcome. Cleveland Street, close to the BT Tower, is named after one of Charles II’s mistresses, the Duchess of Cleveland. Charles Dickens and Samuel Morse (he of the Code) lived nearby.
Grafton Arms 72 Grafton Way London W1T 5DU Popular establishment with narrow ground floor area plus a small roof garden at the rear. Licensed in 1792 and rebuilt in 1897, it spent a while as a Hogshead before reverting to its original name.
Hope 15 Tottenham Street London W1T 2AJ Licensed in 1772, the present building dates from 1867. Upper windows protected as “Ancient Lights”. Formerly a small corner no-frills pub, with a bare wooden floor, bench seating, tables and stools, a quick refurbishment in the summer of 2017 has seen this pub go up-market as a pie and ale house. Awaiting a re-inspection by the local CAMRA branch. The upstairs lounge is available for parties or functions. Families and dogs are welcome, plus free WiFi.
Jack Horner 235-236 Tottenham Court Road London W1T 7QN Standing on the site of the Bedford Head (1776-1941), this is a large corner pub converted from bank premises in 1994, now a Fuller’s Ale & Pie House. The interior has a semi-island counter, partitioned seating around the walls and half height wood-panelling. Which makes it quite an impressive place to visit.
Lore of the Land 4 Conway Street London W1T 6BB Reopened February 2019. The pub features two cask and one or two keg beers from Gritchie Brewing Company’s 20bbl brewery at Ashgrove Farm located on the Wiltshire/Dorset border. In addition you will find Paulaner Munich Hells, Keller Pils – Lost & Grounded and Delirium Tremens – Huyghe a 7.5% Belgian Strong Pale Ale.
Marquis of Granby 2 Rathbone Street London W1T 1NT Busy corner pub, popular with tourists, office workers and postal staff from the nearby sorting office. One of the few pubs in the area not generally frequented by the wartime Fitzrovia crowd as it was then looked on as too violent; which is why Dylan Thomas is said to have come here to pick fights with the guardsmen who had themselves dropped in to pick on or pick up homosexuals. The present pub dates from 1897 and specialises in cask beers and gin.
Newman Arms 23 Rathbone Street London W1T 1NG Named after the local landowner William Berners, whose country seat was Newman Hall in Quendon, Essex, it’s a small, narrow and cosy low-ceilinged pub, with a proper flagstone floor. Note the almost Dickensian covered alleyway to the left, once unlit and nicknamed Murderer’s Alley. It is a surviving fragment of a fringe of the St. Giles’ Rookery, once the most famous slum area in London. A beer-only licence lasted here until 1948 when wine was licensed to be sold, and finally a spirits licence was granted in 1960.
Northumberland Arms 119 Tottenham Court Road London W1T 5AJ 1897 corner pub now promoted as the ‘Cornerstone of Fitzrovia – a proper pub, with proper grub and a nice drop of ale’. Following a pub crawl along Tottenham Court Road which included the former (1777) pub on this site, Karl Marx and a companion smashed a street light and were chased by the police. Heated outdoor seating area.
One Tun 58-60 Goodge Street London W1T 4ND Originally dating from the mid 18th century, this is a former Finch house rebuilt in 1829. Once famous for jazz sessions and the early 1960s beatnik scene, it was acquired by Young’s in 1991 as part of their purchase of HH Finch. It retains a large central island bar and servery; there is not much space left for seating so customers may spill out onto the street at busy times.
Prince of Wales Feathers 8 Warren Street London W1T 5LA Originally licensed in 1793 and named the Feathers since at least 1826; it added Prince of Wales to the name in 1968. The pub has many historical and literary credentials: the Chartists met here in October 1841 to hear an address on “the present distress of the country”. In the twentieth century in his 1929 novel The Midnight Bell, Patrick Hamilton offered a portrait of a London pub in the 1920s with its staff and regulars, thought to be based on this pub.
Queen Charlotte 43 Goodge Street London W1T 1TA The pub was first licensed in 1767, but the present building dates from 1897. Now, part of the Draft House chain, it is a small single bar corner pub with bare floors, large windows and simple furnishings, but an impressive ornate bar front. At the beginning of 2018 it had had a lick of paint and had changed its name to the Queen Charlotte.
Rising Sun 46 Tottenham Court Road London W1T 2ED A fancy exterior remains, in the Elaborate Art Nouveau Gothic style, but the pub was victim of one of the worst excesses of brewery greed in the 1980s when its grade II listed high ceilinged interior was destroyed to create “Presleys”. The resulting litigation led to the forced restoration of many original features in 1993 and, following reversion to the original name, the current decor is much more welcoming. The rear is carpeted and mirrored and doubles as a dining area while the outside remains as distinctive as ever.
Smugglers Tavern 28 Warren Street London W1T 5ND The prominent figurehead on the front of the building beckons one into a white and aquamarine painted bar adorned with coastal maps, plans and inshore charts together with a ship’s wheel to complete the nautical theme. Furnished with simple tables, chairs and stools on an oak floor, some stable stall partitions break up the rectangularity of the room, creating several drinking areas.
Wheatsheaf 25 Rathbone Place London W1T 1JB Attractively fronted mock Tudor pub rebuilt by Youngers in 1931 and designed by John T Quilter. There is some beautiful stained glass in the windows including a Younger’s sign. Inside is a narrow bar which widens out at the rear, and a restaurant cum function room on the first floor. This is yet another pub said to have been frequented by Dylan Thomas, George Orwell, and the wartime Fitzrovian crowd, many of whom were in, or desperate for, jobs at the nearby BBC. Part of the attraction for them was the stronger and hard-to-find Younger’s Scotch Ale here. Dylan Thomas is said to have met his wife Caitlin Macnamara in this pub; they got married at the third attempt having twice spent the licence fee on booze. It was a marriage made in heaven – both were adulterous and drunken but she was physically violent towards him as well. The dilettante Julian Maclaren-Ross was also a regular in the thirties and forties, often with his trademark silver-knobbed cane and teddy-bear overcoat. Court-martialled in 1943, he features as X.Trapnell in Anthony Powell’s Dance to the Music of Time series of books. Yet another regular was the bohemian Welsh artist Nina Hamnett, whose fondness for boozing in Fitzrovia’s pubs eventually led to a sad and penurious alcoholic decline accompanied by one-night stands with any of the lower end of the clientele willing to buy her a drink. For those interested in more of this pub’s literary and artistic history, a fascinating download is on the pub website. The pub is home to the 99 Comedy Club every Saturday night in the top bar. The pub is now part of a small chain with another pub in Brighton.

Gyms and leisure centre in the area of Fitzrovia

Working from home means more gym time for many. With chains like EasyGym and PureGym, it’s easy to stay fit in Fitzrovia.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
YMCA Club 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 168
SweatBox Soho Ramillies House, 1-2 Ramillies Street, London 4.3 445
Fitness First 179A Tottenham Court Road, London 4.3 656
Oasis Sports Centre 32 Endell Street, London 4.3 788
Fitness First 15 Great Marlborough Street, London 4.3 434
Egoist Body Studios 6 Fitzroy Square, London 4.3 3
Bloomsbury Fitness 3rd floor, 15 Gordon Street, London 4.3 131
Six Physio 19 Foley Street, London 4.3 66
Body Control Pilates 35 Little Russell Street, London 4.3 36
Bodyset 42 Harley Street, London 4.3 48
Action Pilates For Every Body 81, Paramount Court, London 4.3 N/A
Body Equilibrium Feldenkrais 6 Fitzroy Street, London 4.3 1
NKD Ambition University of Westminster – Regent Campus, 91 New Cavendish Street, London 4.3 1
Xen-Do Martial Arts 69 Tottenham Court Road, London 4.3 126
F45 Tottenham Court Road 114-115 Tottenham Court Road, London 4.3 211
Epoch Fitness 2 Foley Street, London 4.3 100
PerformancePro Fitness 33 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.3 70
PureGym London Great Portland Street Off Cavendish Mews North, Hallam Street, London 4.3 284
Psycle Oxford Circus 76 Mortimer Street, London 4.3 285
Change Stasis The Central YMCA Club, 112 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 N/A

Museums & Galleries

The vitality of a community stems from its residents who live, work, and engage with one another. Exploring an area through art offers a fresh perspective. If you’re considering relocating to Fitzrovia, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. They offer delightful weekend activities and contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of the region.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The British Museum Great Russell Street, London 4.7 146999
The Photographers’ Gallery 16-18 Ramillies Street, London 4.5 2418
Grant Museum of Zoology Rockefeller Building, 21 University Street, London 4.8 831
Royal College of Physicians 11 Saint Andrews Place, London 4.6 151
Chandos House 2 Queen Anne Street, London 4.4 140
The Magic Circle Centre for the Magic Arts, 12 Stephenson Way, London 4.8 343
Royal Institute of British Architects 66 Portland Place, London 4.5 564
The Cartoon Museum 63 Wells Street, London 4.1 1024
Wellcome Collection 183 Euston Road, London 4.5 1059
Brunei Gallery SOAS SOAS, University of London Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London 4.5 180
Camera Museum 44 Museum Street, London 4.7 278
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology Malet Place, London 4.7 493
Wellcome Library 183 Euston Road, London 4.5 85
UCL Art Museum 23-25 Gower Street, London 4.3 47
Fashion Space Gallery 20 John Prince’s Street, London 4.5 13
Pollocks Toy Museum 1 Scala Street, London 4.4 325
Museum of Knowledge 1, 85 Great Portland Street, London N/A N/A
Fitzroy House Fitzroy House, 37 Fitzroy Street, London 4.6 45
British Dental Association 64 Wimpole Street, London 4.3 23
The Portable Antiquities Scheme 41 Russell Square, London 4.2 29

What are the range of supermarkets like?

Out of all the other services in Fitzrovia, supermarkets are arguably some of the most important. Take a look at the table below that tells you where the nearest supermarkets are so you can do your shppping conveniently. It would be a shame to move somewhere new and not realise some of your favourite stores aren’t nearby in Fitzrovia.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Little Waitrose & Partners 77, 83 Upper Richmond Road, London 4.2 301
Sainsbury’s 2-6 Werter Road, London 4.1 1442
Sainsbury’s Local 74 Upper Richmond Road, London 3.8 35
Sainsbury’s Local D Estate House, 225-231 Upper Richmond Road, London 3.9 58
Waitrose & Partners Shopping Centre, Putney High Street, Exchange 4 232
Tesco Express 139-141 Putney High Street, London 2.8 71
Lenta Upper Richmond Road, London 5 1
Lidl 56-70 Putney High Street, London 4.3 694
Classy Cart 1, London N/A N/A
Sainsbury’s Local 95-105 Lower Richmond Road, London 3.8 43

Restaurants in the area

Fitzrovia has a range of different eateries. This is important for someone who is moving to an area who wants to be able to eat out and not cook every day. The below table gives you an overview of what options you have.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Charlotte Street Hotel 15-17 Charlotte Street, London 4.3 1138
Gem Fitzrovia Hotel 20-28 Bolsover Street, London 4.3 783
Holiday Inn London – Regent’s Park, an IHG Hotel Carburton Street, London 4.3 2416
Holiday Inn London – Bloomsbury, an IHG Hotel Coram Street, London 4.3 2765
Premier Inn London Euston hotel 1 Duke’s Road, London 4.3 2209
The Wesley 81-103 Euston Street, London 4.3 1574
Gem Langham Court Hotel 31-35 Langham Street, London 4.3 529
The Cheshire Hotel 110 Great Russell Street, London 4.3 583
Dean Street Townhouse 69-71 Dean Street, London 4.3 1775
Pied a Terre 34 Charlotte Street, London 4.3 637
Long Bar 50 Berners Street, London 4.3 248
Royal National Hotel 38-51 Bedford Way, London 4.3 13178
Hakkasan Hanway Place 8 Hanway Place, London 4.3 2071
Inamo 134-136 Wardour Street, London 4.3 4758
Gaucho Charlotte Street 60A Charlotte Street, London 4.3 625
Liberty London Regent Street, London 4.3 19176
Riding House Fitzrovia 43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.3 2965
ROKA Charlotte Street 37 Charlotte Street, London 4.3 2482
Scandinavian Kitchen 61 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.3 1815
Busaba Bloomsbury 22 Store Street, London 4.3 1366

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Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Bankside See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
St Paul’s See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Bank of England See the guide here
Brompton See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Marylebone See the guide here
Barbican See the guide here
Great Portland Street See the guide here
Hatton Garden See the guide here
Harley Street See the guide here
Finsbury See the guide here
Finsbury (west) See the guide here
Chenies See the guide here
Farringdon See the guide here
Great Ormond Street Hospital See the guide here
Bloomsbury See the guide here
Little Venice See the guide here
Bunhill Fields See the guide here
University College London See the guide here
St Luke’s See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Finsbury Estate See the guide here
St Pancras See the guide here
Clerkenwell See the guide here
Euston See the guide here
Somers Town See the guide here
St John’s Wood See the guide here
Kings Cross See the guide here
Islington See the guide here
Camden Town See the guide here
Barnsbury See the guide here
Primrose Hill See the guide here
Swiss Cottage See the guide here
Chalk Farm See the guide here
Kentish Town See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Newington See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Bankside See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here

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Postcode area Link to our property price guide
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W1W See our property price guide for W1W

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